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Synonyms for fascia

a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc

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Reconstruction of chronic distal biceps tendon rupture with use of fascia lata combined with a ligament augmentation device: a report of 3 cases.
Gel electrophoresis revealed that DNA in Mentor (Tutogen Tutoplast(R) Processed) fascia lata was most degraded, DNA in Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation and Regeneration Technologies (RTIX) fascia lata was moderately degraded and DNSA in Life Cell cadaver dermis was not at all significantly degraded.
Instead of traversing the fascia lata and the fascia iliaca, the needle traverses the superficial fascia, which fuses with the fascia lata below the inguinal ligament (first pop).
Allografts processed by RTI include the patented MD- Series(TM) threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR(TM) blocks, Opteform(R) and Optefil(TM) allograft pastes, Osteofil/Regenafil(TM) injectable bone paste, FasLata(TM) fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
Allografts processed by Regeneration include the patented MD-Series threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR blocks, Osteofil/Regenafil injectable bone paste, Opteform moldable bone paste, FasLata fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
Demand for our Fascia Lata products marketed by the Mentor Corp.
Four of the 6patients required mastoid exploration and fascia lata grafting, and the other 2 chose to undergo extensive daily microdebridements and intravenous antibiotics followed by 6 weeks of oral antibiotics.
Use of the fascia lata as a tissue source is more common, but not trouble free.
Allografts processed by RTI include the patented MD-SeriesTM threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR(TM) blocks, Osteofil/Regenafil(R) injectable bone paste, FasLata(TM) fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
If the defect is small, temporalis fascia will suffice, but larger defects require fascia lata reinforced with temporalis muscle and cartilage to hold the fascia in place.
Of five patients in whom he used tensor fascia lata for the sling, three were cured and two had a fair response.
Allografts processed by RTI include the patented MD-Series(TM) threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR(TM) blocks, Osteofil/Regenafil(TM) injectable bone paste, Opteform(TM) moldable bone paste, FasLata(TM) fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
Among them are thick skin flap elevation, (2) fascia lata grafts, (4,5) dermal-fat grafts, (6,7) stemocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) flaps, (8-10) superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS) flaps, (1,11) and temporoparietal fascia flaps.
Allografts processed by RTI include the patented MD-Series(TM) threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR(TM) blocks, Opteform(R) and Optefil(TM) allograft pastes, Osteofil/Regenafil(TM) injectable bone paste, FasLata(TM) fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
Fascia lata is far better than foreign materials for constructing slings in urinary incontinence procedures.